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See below aroma wheel,

At the University of California in Davis (USA) was built in the mid-1980s by Professor Ann C. Noble (* 1935) developed a so-called "aroma wheel". She had one in connection Sensory Research Project found that there is no consistent terminology for the description of wines. The aim was to use the aroma wheel to create a generally understandable and usable conceptual pattern with which the odor respectively. flavorings a wine under a wine review respectively. wine address as clearly as possible can be defined or described. The aroma wheel is equally suitable for professionals and amateurs.

The palette contains none hedonistic judgmental or inaccurate terms such as extraordinary, elegant. bodied. clean or similar, but only odor descriptions that are well known. The aroma wheel consists of three circles from inside to outside. The innermost circle contains 12 main groups, the middle circle 29 subgroups and the outer circle 94 individual flavors. You can, so to speak,...

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